Authoritarianism Goes Global (II): China’s Foreign Propaganda Machine

  title={Authoritarianism Goes Global (II): China’s Foreign Propaganda Machine},
  author={A. Brady},
  journal={Journal of Democracy},
  pages={51 - 59}
  • A. Brady
  • Published 2015
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Democracy
  • Abstract:The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has long suffered from a poor international image and weak “soft power.” The country’s negative image has hindered international acceptance of its rise as a global great power. Because the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) wants China to “gain face” (yao mianzi) in the international arena, it has in recent years invested heavily in boosting the country’s international approval rating. Yet, to date, China’s considerable efforts to modernize its… CONTINUE READING
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